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    Filing Retroactively

    A Texan couple looks for some clarification on their Social Security options and filing retroactively. “I

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    If Social Security Projects a Reduced Payout in 2035, Should I Claim Early?

    If Social Security projects a reduced payout in 2035 (possibly reducing it to 75%), should

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    Should I Appeal a Skipped Benefit Check?

    This week we have a Social Security question regarding whether to appeal a skipped benefit

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    Claiming Spousal Benefits

    This week, we have a question from a husband wanting to know about claiming spousal

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    Child-in-Care Spousal Benefits

    This week we are catching up on interesting unanswered questions from the past: here is

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    Can You Minimize the Impact of GPO?

    The question this week is from someone asking how to minimize the impact of GPO

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    Transitioning from Disability to Full Retirement Age

    This week we have a question from someone curious about the timing of the transition

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    Should I File Retroactively?

    Many people wonder, "Should I file retroactively for Social Security Benefits?". The question this week

    The following question came in this week… “I understand the earnings test for those under FRA...

    2019 COLA Changes Well, the wait is over for the 2019 announcement on the cost of...

    We hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday with your family and friends! We’ll be back...

    As our long-time blog listeners/readers know, divorced spouses are entitled to receive benefits on their...

    The following question arrived this week: “I turned 63 in September 2018. I stopped working at...

    I received the following question recently: “I need to repay my Social Security benefits after withdrawing...

    Reader question:  “I am 58 years old and work full time. My spouse passed away...

    Reader question:  “I will be in Romania for several years.  If I open a bank...

    Reader question:  “I will be 66 next July. I want to begin collecting Social Security...

    The Social Security Administration tracks hundreds of millions of records.  Even with a very small...

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